Hi there, Kaitlin. I'm here again for the winter wonderland event.
As I've mentioned before, I'm thoroughly entertained by these little everyday events that you write about characters who are merely mentioned in the books. It's makes me feel like you were at Hogwarts stalking everyone around. This is exactly what your stories feel like. I also like your tendency to slight Slytherins (even if only a little bit). But I guess it wasn't just a little bit here.
This story made me realise how nice my childhood was and how sane my friends were. I mean, for once, I'm so glad I don't relate. You'd think Slytherins would stick together, especially the ones who are purebloods and on the dark side. But really, if you're a terrible person who thinks that some people should be killed for choices they didn't make, then you're probably also a bully to anyone with a vulnerability (glances in Pansy's direction). In any case, it sounds very believeable given what we know about these characters, so very well done with what you've done with them here.
As if Gryffindor boys playing Truth or Dare couldn't get any better, we know have Slytherin girls playing Would You Rather. I love it :D
If only the girls weren't so nasty!
I love that Millie has a bit of a dark side, and that the other girls are aware of it. I think you've written Pansy perfectly too, in the way that she thrives on hurting others.
If I was Daphne I'd be asking, "In which movie?" haha!
Pansy really is a piece of work. It must have been horrible to be a girl in her year, and sharing a dormitory with her!
Teenage girls are harsh. Stories like this reinforce my profound sense of relief that I have two boys. I thought you did a good job of capturing the various power plays -- some subtle, some not so subtle -- that were going on among the three non-friends. Pansy the aristocratic tyrant, Daphne the trouble-making socialite and Millicent the commoner whose only recourse is the threat of violence. God, I don't miss high school.